There were three foci of research during the granting period. First, a project was concerned with stimulus-driven shifts of attention. This project was concerned with setting boundary conditions on when salient stimuli in the visual periphery could elicit shifts of attention without shifts of fixation. Second, research was conducted to study the integration of visual information across successive fixations. This research examined a simple model of saccadic integration, a model that was found not to be supported by experimental evidence. Third, experimentation was conducted concerned with the mechanisms involved in programming saccadic eye movements. In addition to these projects, several other issues were raised during the research period that resulted in experimentation and subsequent publication of results. These issues had to do with the development of automaticity in mental processing, the perception of geometric illustrations, analysis of reaction time data, and attentional issues more generally. Keywords: Eye movements, Experimental psychology, Visual perception.